Jerry Storey has a mantra he shares frequently about how a town’s governing body should conduct itself: “The selectboard is its own best example.”
The Shelburne Fire Department held its annual banquet and awards ceremony at The Old Lantern in Charlotte Friday, June 4, which hosts the department every year to, as one firefighter put it, “celebrate the year and our incredibly supportive families.”
Solemn moments at Shelburne’s Memorial Day ceremony at the Shelburne Veterans’ Monument Monday, May 31, as the assembled crowd pays tribute to both veterans and those currently serving in uniform.
The full reopening of Vermont is slated for the coming weeks, but Gov. Phil Scott has jump-started one reopening measure: The lifting of a 10 p.m. curfew on Vermont businesses.
Several special educators in the Champlain Valley School District have been honored by the Vermont Council of Special Education Administrators with 2021 team and individual Golden Apple awards.
After a heated exchange May 11 between Shelburne Selectboard chair Jerry Storey and board member Cate Cross, Storey decided to resign as chair.
The Shelburne Police Department spearheaded a car wash fundraiser Saturday, May 22, for Make-A-Wish Vermont, with lots of help from friends from the town’s rescue and fire squads.
Gov. Phil Scott vetoed legislation last week that would have prohibited police from publicly identifying individuals under the age of 19 arrested for certain crimes.
Several news organizations and First Amendment advocacy groups are suing the Vermont judiciary, alleging delays in providing access to public court filings.
Friends and family gathered Saturday at Shelburne’s Town Hall to pay tribute to former Rotarian and legislator George Schiavone, honoring his legacy with the dedication of a Dero bike repair s…